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"Whether it was sending out introductory emails to coaches, to follow up emails, to researching the differences between D1, D2, NAIA and D3, The Recruiting Code has it all. How to Get Recruited and the blog have been our go to for almost 2 years. My eldest was recruited by a couple of schools right away and I am happy to say she chose an NAIA school. She will be playing soccer for Siena Heights University in the fall. My youngest is still in the process but we feel confident, with the tools that we now have, that she will find a fit."
Thank you so very much for a very informative guide that we've been preaching for years to our parents and student athletes. You've broken it down into very simple steps that everyone, most importantly, the student athlete can follow. I love the "activity" that's provided at the end of every chapter/section; a hands on approach. This will help us to help our student athletes who come from a predominantly, low-income community and single parent homes, absent parent (both parents work 2-3 jobs) to survive here in Hawai'i.
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How to Get Recruited comes with my 110% unconditional money-back guarantee. The guide has all the information you need to confidently contact coaches and get them to start recruiting your child. You and your athlete have a lot at stake. I love to see athletes succeed! If the guide doesn’t help you know exactly which steps to take and doesn’t build your confidence, email me within 30 days. I am confident How to Get Recruited is what your family needs. In fact, I will gladly refund all of your money plus 10% if you are not satisfied!
What’s inside the guide?
The guide is 107 digital pages, covering topics from finances, to finding colleges, to contacting coaches. It also has 6 bonuses, including a sample email template, sample player profile, questions to ask, and recommended resources.
How do I read the guide?
When you purchase you will be emailed a link to download the guide. You can read it on any computer or mobile device. You can also print it out – whatever works best for your family!
Can I get a refund if I don’t like it?
Yes, we have a 110% money back guarantee. We are so confident that you’ll love the guide that we’ll give you not just all your money back, but also an additional 10% of the purchase price.
My child is not at top-level athlete, will this still work?
Yes! The How to Get Recruited Guide is not designed for the top high school athletes who are being featured on ESPN. Rather, it is designed for other athletes who are not sure how to get college coaches to notice and recruit them. This will work for athletes looking at Divisions 1, 2, and 3, NAIA, and junior colleges.
How long will it take to work through the guide?
The initial reading of the guide and completion of the action steps will only take a couple weeks. We recommend committing to spend 2-4 hours a week for four weeks, working through the guide. After that you can continue to use the guide as a reference point and information source throughout your recruiting journey.
A recruiting service can do a lot of the leg work for you. However, the one thing they cannot do is develop personal relationships between coaches and the athlete. The How to Get Recruited Guide teaches you exactly how to form relationships with coaches, which is key to getting the best possible offer. The guide is a perfect complement to a recruiting service. In fact, the information we provide here at the Recruiting Code is so important we have employees of recruiting services who read our articles. This is stuff you need to know!